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About C3: Coffee, Conversation, and Collaboration
"C3: Coffee, Conversation, and Collaboration" is a discussion group that fosters sharing timely topics pertinent to the faculty and staff of the Marshall Center European Center for Security Studies. C3 is held in the Research Library and will typically run from 9:00-10:00 am.
Discussion topics can be presented in any manner -- from a brief synopsis with one to two presenters, or a panel.
The discussion is open-ended and each faculty/staff member is encouraged to bring their expertise to the discussion and are encouraged to discuss:
- What is the topic?
- Why is it important?
- What now?
- What if? Other sides to the story?
- How is it connected to what you are doing at the Marshall Center?
- What can we do with this information at the Marshall Center?
If you are interested in presenting and sharing a topic, please contact the Research Library at the following email: GCMCResearchLibrary@MarshallCenter.org
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